New Rules Working at Airport; Three Verbal Warnings for Minor Violations Have Been Given to Fuel-Truck Drivers

A push for fuel-truck safety at Richmond's airport appears to be paying off with staff and tenants embracing safer day-to-day operations at the airport.


No passengers were reported injured.

Neither airline provided damage estimates for their aircraft. Officials at Million Air Richmond, whose drivers were involved in both mishaps, said the incidents were costly in time, image and personnel.

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